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    BOOK TOUR: The Last Snow by Stina Jackson [Review]

    **This book was sent to me in exchange for an honest review. Thanks to Random Things Tours and Corvus Books for giving me the opportunity to review The Last Snow.** Summary The small village, ร–desmark, has been abandoned by most of its inhabitants, but Liv Bjรถrnlund remains. Liv, her son, Simon, and her father, Vidar, are the talk of the town and the other villagers have spread several scathing rumours about them over the years. Everyone thinks they’re strange, and Vidar is one of the town’s most hated inhabitants. No-one can understand why Liv has never left the village, and not escaped from her fathers tyrannical grasp. An interesting piece…

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    A New Venture + ๐ŸŽ„GIVEAWAY ANNOUNCEMENT๐ŸŽ„

    ‘Ello, ‘Ello, It’s been a while since I last did a post that wasn’t 100 percent book related. I’m going to jump right in with a little life update, my new venture, and finally, the Giveaway I’ve got coming up. If you’ve been with me a while, you know there will be times when I’m M.I.A. Yes, the blog and I have an on/off relationship, but deep down, we love each other dearly. The truth is, I’m just super busy with work that by the time I have the chance to read on a night, I just want to sleep instead. This does not mean that I’m quitting blogging –…

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    September Book Haul!

    It has been the longest time since I last did a book haul. To be truthful, I didn’t have the money to spend on one until the other week. I really wanted to get some spooky reads ready for October. But I’ve also bought all the books I’ve been desperate to read for months now. So without further ado, here are the books that I bought on Amazon… Where The Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens Goodreads rating: 4.5/5 Genre: Coming of age/Mystery Price: ยฃ5.99 [Paperback] With more than 57,000 reviews on Amazon, how could I resist buying this one? I’m literally so excited to start reading it as I’ve wanted…

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    The Phone Box at the Edge of the World by Laura Imai Messina [Review]

    SUMMARY “We all have something to tell those we’ve lost” Yui lost her mother and daughter in the devastating March 2011 tsunami in Tลhoku, Japan. Now she is faced with dealing with her crippling grief and learning how to live with it. She hears about the phone box on the radio she realises she must go to it herself in hopes of trying to heal her broken heart. That’s where she meets Takeshi, a widowed husband with a daughter who won’t speak after the loss of her mother. Together, they must work through their pain in order to start living again. REVIEW When I first laid eyes on this book,…